So, you finally bit the bullet. Here you stand, in the skin care aisle of your local drug store, staring at a long, confusing shelf of anti wrinkle creams. How did it come to this? Maybe you have been watching the slow downward pull of your facial skin over the last few months. Maybe it came suddenly– those crows’ feet at your eyes, the fine lines around your smile. Maybe you simply got fed up with the persistence of so many age spots. Whatever the reason, the decision to invest in anti aging products is not easy, and it certainly is not simple.
While you are reading through jar after jar of beauty cream, consider the following questions. What is my …
Posted by Roger on January 26, 2016
I know that a lot of us have snoring issues, and for some it is more extreme than others. This article speaks to the latter group of people – where there may be a danger to overall health.
Snoring mouthpieces can be effective for snoring. But these can only be truly effective for mild to moderate situations. If the snoring is severe and frequent, the doctor may suggest a surgical procedure that should eliminate snoring. Most surgical procedures for snoring can be relatively invasive so the patient may have to take off some time from work or school. This is to give time for recovery.
Snoring surgery is for SERIOUS sleep apnea.
After the surgery, the doctor will give instructions that the …
Posted by Roger on December 14, 2015
TRENDS COME AND GO IN HOLLYWOOD: aerobics, tattoos, yoga, power breakfasts. But these days, the ultimate success symbol among stars isn’t a Beverly Hills mansion or an Italian sports car. It’s a wedding ring.
Some couples just work well together.
There’s a new longing for tradition, for love, marriage, and baby carriage. And it’s no coincidence that some of the biggest stars in Hollywood are also some of the most happily married. Supercouples like John Travolta and Kelly Preston and Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson send. a message to fans that their lives are about more than just the next million-dollar paycheck. “These couples have treated their vows with reverence,” says relationship expert Jane Greer, Ph.D., “and we can sense and
Posted by Roger on December 10, 2015
Back in March of this year, Lewisburg, Pa., collector Richard Rushton-Clem decided to put a pickle jar he’d purchased at a tag sale up for sale on eBay, a popular on-line auction site. After a week of competitive bidding, the bottle – for which he had paid $3 – achieved a final sale price of $44,100.
“I knew it was unusual when I saw it, but I had no idea how unusual,” Mr. Rushton-Clem says of the hotly contested jar. Made in Willington, Conn., around 1850, the 11-inch amber bottle turned out to be the rarest size and color. “I was pleased when it reached $600, and by $1,000 I was ecstatic,” he recalls. “After that, I was in a state of
Posted by Roger on December 3, 2015